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Gorgonzola cheese sauce and tagliatelle
Gorgonzola cheese sauce and tagliatelle
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A different way of using the gorgonzola cheese. You can choose between the soft or strong gorgonzola depending on the taste you like.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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100 gr Gorgonzola cheese
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250 gr Tagliatelle
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50 gr Spinach
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0 teaspoon salt
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250 gr Crème fraîche
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50 gr Haricot vert
Instructions:
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Pour water in a casserole and when the water is boiling add the tagliatelle, and lower the heat and boil the tagliatelle according to the description on the bag.
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Cut the gorgonzola cheese, and the spinach in small pieces.
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Fry the haricot vert and the spinach in a frying pan.
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Add the Crème fraîche in the frying pan and stir it all together.
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Add the salt and the gorgonzola cheese, and make sure the cheese melt and then stir it together.
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Let it in the frying pan on low heat for a few minutes.
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When the pasta is done it is time to serve the dish.
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To spice it up a bite you can add some broccoli.
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